Two fifths is six fifteenths. Eleven fifteenths minus six fifteenths is five fifteenths, which is also one third.
No it is not.
Two fifths = six fifteenths, two thirds = ten fifteenths...
The most simplified answer to that is two-fifths, or 40%, or .4
two thirds is greater because 0.6=three fifths so three fifths and two thirds could be simplified into nine fifteenths and two thirds could be simplified into ten fifteenths so ten is greater than nine so it is two thirds.
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It is seven fifteenths.
One-third is the same as five-fifteenths. Two-fifths is the same as six-fifteenths. Five-fifteenths plus six-fifteenths is eleven-fifteenths. One, or fifteen-fifteenths, minus eleven-fifteenths is four-fifteenths.
No, 2/5 = 0.4 7/15 = 0.47 0.47>0.4
twelve fifteenths or four fifths
Make them equivalent fractions with the same denominator then compare the numerators: 2/5 = 2x3/5x3 = 6/15 1/3 = 1x5/3x5 = 5/15 Two fifths is larger than one third as two fifths is equivalent to six fifteenths whereas one third is only equivalent to five fifteenths which is smaller than six fifteenths.
Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, 2/3 x 3/5 = 2/5 or two fifths.
8/15, 8 fifteenths
the least common denominator of three fifths and two fifteenths and one sixth is 30. you multiply 15 by two, 6 by five, and 3 by ten.
2/15 x 2/5=4/75
Two fifths is greater than two sevenths
Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, 6/15 is equal to 2/5 or two fifths.
There are infinitely many fractions greater than two fifths; the most obvious answer would be three fifths. A half is also greater than two fifths.
Yes two fifths are greater than two sevenths